The layout of "OCEAN’S SEVEN" was designed for the most comfort and efficiency for long distance cruising and features a 5 stateroom accommodation plan.
On the main deck, the main saloon and dining saloon connect to the professional galley with a large, walk-in refrigerator, allowing copious cold storage for extended passages. Forward is the Owner's office which separates the master stateroom from the public areas, offering complete privacy.
On the lower deck there are 4 guest staterooms uniquely designed all with ensuite baths – 2 x VIP staterooms and 2 x twin guest staterooms each with extra Pullman berth. "OCEAN’S SEVEN" thus accommodates a total of 12 owners/guests.
"OCEAN’S SEVEN" is designed for luxury without sacrificing comfort. The skylounge on the bridge deck has butterfly doors which open full beam onto the large aft deck with dining table for 12 and seating aft, creating one large open space when needed.
Stairs lead up to the sun deck which features a full-size Jacuzzi, sun pads, open bar, grill and lounge area - these areas are perfect for entertaining and socializing.
The crew accommodations are arranged to be most efficient to their workstations. The Captain's cabin is located on the bridge deck adjacent to the wheelhouse, while the Engineer's cabin is next to the engine room.
The main crew's quarters are located forward on the lower deck with a large lounge, galley, and 3 crew cabins. This crew area has its own entrance and stairs which ensure privacy for the owners and guests. The Captain’s cabin on the bridge deck and engineer aft combine for a total of 5 crew cabins, accommodating 8 - 10 crew.
The large, air-conditioned engine room, rare on a yacht of this size, allows for ease of access and maintenance, especially important during long distance passages. The control room is located just forward of the engine room.